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Volunteers equip Rescued Treasures with new fence and sign

Dirty Dozen Fab & Welding, High Country Fabrication, and Martin’s Tae Kwon Do donated labor and services to get Rescued Treasures a secure new fence (Wyoming Rescue Mission, Facebook)

CASPER, Wyo — The Rescued Treasures Thrift Shop got a new fence for its donation area last weekend thank to labor and services from the community.

Wyoming Rescue Mission events manager Jenny Stedellie said Tommy Allen and his wife did a lot of the footwork and planning for the project and provided lunch.

John Martin Jr. and Dirty Dozen Fab & Welding donated $3,850 worth of labor, and High Country Fabrication and Frankie Fordyce donated the sign. Martin’s Tae Kwon Do provided volunteer labor.

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According to the thrift store’s management, vandalism had been on the rise over the past year, leading to constant repairs of the old fence and cessation of after-hours donation drop-offs.

Stedillie said the Wyoming Rescue Mission is able to fund a third of its operations from the thrift store.

“We are so blessed by this community. Thank you all so very much for giving us a beautiful, secure fence!” said Wyoming Rescue Mission.

More pictures are available at Wyoming Rescue Mission’s Facebook page.

Dirty Dozen Fab & Welding, High Country Fabrication, and Martin’s Tae Kwon Do donated labor and services to get Rescued Treasures a secure new fence (Wyoming Rescue Mission, Facebook)
New sign, new fence for Rescued Treasures (Wyoming Rescue Mission, Facebook)
Dirty Dozen Fab & Welding, High Country Fabrication, and Martin’s Tae Kwon Do donated labor and services to get Rescued Treasures a secure new fence (Wyoming Rescue Mission, Facebook)